Keith Moore wrote:
>> We could have more ADs and split and/or layer the work to reduce the
>> per-person load. That may not be the only - or even best - way forward,
> It's not clearly even a way forward. the more ADs there are, the harder
> it is to coordinate between the ADs and the areas.
Yes, each AD becomes less efficient, but perhaps the goal shouldn't be
the efficiency of the individual volunteers but the ability to be more
inclusive in who we can consider for these roles.
> IETF structure doesn't scale. It's not clear that it can scale - at
> least, I've never seen a plan for IETF that could scale, and most of
> the ideas I've seen that purport to help IETF scale would make it
The current IETF structure doesn't scale; I proposed a slightly
different one. You can assert that it won't work, but I don't consider
arguing against an assertion constructive.
> until we find a way to make IETF scale, we have to rely on
> prioritizing and load shedding.
What we do in the meantime is a different issue.
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